2021 Candriam Scholarships for EU and EEA Students at Maastricht University
- Bachelor, Master
- Tuition fees, allowances + €950 p.m.
- 1 May 2021
Candriam – which stands for “Conviction AND Responsibility In Asset Management” – is a recognized pioneer and leader in Sustainable Investing. A founding member of UN PRI in 2006, Candriam has been advocating for the last 25 years that the integration of sustainability criteria in stock analysis and portfolio construction leads to better risk-adjusted performance over the long term.
In addition to its duties as a responsible asset manager, Candriam wants to play an active role in society, donating up to 10% of its ESG fund range’s net management fees to projects accelerating change through research and education on Sustainable Investing, and reducing social inequalities.
A European-rooted asset manager, Candriam is also a member of the New York Life group and an affiliate of New York Life Investments, which counts amongst the biggest asset managers in the world.
Candriam is offering scholarships to Maastricht University students for a three-year Bachelor program of Economics and Business Economics and International Business offered by the Maastricht University School of Business and Economics (SBE) and a one-year Master’s program Sustainability Science, Policy and Society, International Business- Sustainable Finance, International Business – entrepreneurship & Business Development and Economics and Strategy in Emerging Markets at SBE.
You must have submitted a complete application by 1 May 2021 to:
- a full-time Bachelor programs in Economics and Business Economics, or
- a full-time Bachelor programs in International Business, or
- a full-time Master’s program Sustainability Science, Policy and society, or
- a full-time Master’s program International Business- Sustainable Finance, or
- a full-time Master’s program International Business – entrepreneurship & Business Development or
- a full-time Master’s program in Economics and Strategy in Emerging Markets.
at Maastricht University for the 2021-2022 academic year. You meet the specific admission requirements of the UM Bachelor or Master’s program to which you have applied.
- You hold nationality in a country in the EU/EEA, Switzerland, or Suriname;
- You are a first-generation student (We define first-generation students as students from non-academic backgrounds. First-generation students are the first in their families to follow higher education (university or university of applied sciences); their parents did not follow higher education).
Do you wish to become an international student next year?
Demonstrate your English skills with IELTS.
The scholarship covers the tuition fee at cost, an allowance for study materials per year paid at the beginning of (each) academic year, and living expenses at €950,00 per month for the duration of the scholarship as stated in the scholarship award letter.